YOLO on Azure Deep Learning Virtual Machine (DLVM – Linux)

In a previous post I covered setting up YOLO on an Azure DLVM.  In this I’ll cover setting up YOLO on a Linux (Ubuntu) DSVM/DLVM using Docker. First spin up a new Deep Learning Virtual Machine on Linux – this is already setup with Nvidia GPU CUDA drivers and Docker: Then ssh in and pull…

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Windows 10 Docker & GUI

Recently, whilst working with YOLO on Docker I received the following message: Gtk_WARNING **: cannot open display: To resolve this, I turned to Xming X Server, an X11 display server for Microsoft Windows.  Once installed, simply add your ip address to the c:\Program Files (x86)\Xming\x0.hosts file eg: localhost 192.168.0.5 Then run Xming.  It’ll sit in…

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YOLO on Azure Deep Learning Virtual Machine (DLVM – Windows)

Video credits: Greenwood Campbell at CherryBot Launch YOLO “You only look once” by Joseph Redmon A state of the art real-time object detection system that works using what I can only describe as magic: https://arxiv.org/abs/1612.08242 If you’ve seen any of the youtube.com videos demonstrating it, you may be curious to setup a development rig and play…

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Microsoft Teams Configuration Tab: We couldn’t save your tab settings. Please try again.

You can troubleshoot JavaScript in Teams using the web based version of teams via: https://teams.microsoft.com If you’re building a configuration tab and get the following message: You can bring up F12 Developer Tools to see what’s going on and even debug your JavaScript eg: Clicking on the configuration.htm you can see I’ve forgotten to use…

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Custom Vision with TensorFlow exported model using C# .NET Core and TensorFlowSharp

In a previous post, I built an image classification model for mushrooms using CustomVision.ai.  In this post I want to take that a stage further and create a TensorFlow model that I can use on different operating systems and crucially, offline with no internet connection and using my favourite language, C#. There are already some…

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Custom Vision Model for mushroom classification using Bing Images

Creating a mushroom classifier I’m no mycologist, but am a fun-guy (badum…tish).  I know there are a few different types of mushroom about in the wild and some should never be eaten.  Here, I’d like to build an image classifier that can identify a few different types of mushroom.  I’m a busy guy, so naturally,…

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